JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre

Nidhi Bahl updated on : 29 Mar 2017
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Days before the official cut-off list is published, JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre is released to give you an idea of what the actual cut-off list will be.

JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study

Brilliant Study Center is one of the premier engineering coaching institutes in the country. The institute will publish the JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre – the minimum score in JEE Main 2017, required to qualify for the second phase of the exam, i.e. JEE Advanced.

Brilliant Study Centre will predict the minimum score required in JEE Main for 2017 for admission into various engineering courses in National Institutes of Technology (NITs)Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) and Government-funded Technical Institutes (GFTI).

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in India conducts the JEE Main (Joint Entrance Examination Main) in the first week of April. The exam is a gateway for admissions into UG engineering courses offered by the NITs, IITs & IIITs and GFTIs.

Just like the previous years, the JEE Main exam is scheduled for three days in April 2017.

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Following are JEE Mains 2017 Exam Dates 

Date

Exam

Exam Duration

April 2, 2017

Paper 1 (BE / B.Tech) offline exam

9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

April 2, 2017

Paper 2 (B.Arch / B.Planning)  offline exam

2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

April 8, 2017

Paper 1 (BE / B.Tech) Computer-based test

9.30 am to 12.30 pm

April 9, 2017

Paper 1 (BE / B.Tech) Computer-based test

9.30 am to 12.30 pm

JEE Main is the first all-India level engineering exam of the year. All other engineering entrance exams for admissions into Under Graduate engineering courses are conducted after the JEE Main. JEE Main exam result is declared by the exam organizer, CBSE, on its official website, which is followed by the cut-off list that decides the minimum number of marks you are required to score in order to qualify to sit for JEE Advanced.

The Central Board for School Education (CBSE) releases the official cut-off list for JEE Main exam after the result of the entrance exam are declared. But days before the official cut-off list is published, JEE Main Expected Cutoff by Brilliant Study Centre is released to give you an idea of what the actual cut-off list will be.

JEE Main Expected Cutoff by Brilliant Study Centre have been pretty accurate, almost close to the CBSE’s official cutoffs, in the past couple of years. The coaching centre predicted the cutoff to be between 120 and 125 for General category in 2015, and the 2016 cutoff was estimated at about 105 for general category.

According to the JEE Main cut-off trends for the last three odd years, there has been a downward tendency, which is majorly attributed to increase in number of candidates that qualify for the second stage of the exam – JEE Advanced.

JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre has seen this downward trend in the cutoff and has remained very close to the official cutoff. Like other engineering coaching institutes, Brilliant Study Centre will release the cutoff list of JEE Main 2017 based on different categories.  

Below in the table is the category wise CBSE’s official JEE Main cutoff trends from the last two years (2016 and 2015). You can use the following data to draw a comparison on how JEE Main 2017 cut off will be in relation to these.

S No

Category

JEE Main cutoff 2016  

JEE Main cutoff 2015

1

Common merit list (CML) – General Category

100

105

2

Scheduled Caste (SC)

52

50

3

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

48

44

4

Other Backward Class (OBC - NCL)

70

70

What is JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre?

JEE Main Expected Cutoff by Brilliant Study Centre is the minimum marks you are required to score to make it to the JEE Advanced. The expected JEE Main cutoff list is published by Brilliant Study Center after the result for the April 3 and April 8 and 9, 2017 exam. 

JEE Main Expected Cutoff by Brilliant Study Centre is published categories wise - General Common Merit List (CML), SC, ST and OBC (OBC – NCL) - as the official cutoff list by CBSE would be published.

Unlike the coaching institute, CBSE will announce the JEE Main 2017 cut off score a few days after the announcement of JEE Main result, which would suggest qualified status for JEE Advanced. According to JEE Main 2017 criteria, Top 2,20,000 candidates will be eligible for JEE advanced 2017.

How JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre is calculated

JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre is published provisionally before the official cutoff score by CBSE is published. The cutoff score is based on the analysis of past year papers, marks, cut-offs, present year’s question paper difficulty, score and number of seats available.

JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre on the following parameters:

  • Total number of students who have applied for JEE Main exam
  • Total number of seats available
  • Considering how all candidates have performed in the exam
  • How difficult was the question paper
  • And what average percentage marks candidate has scored in the exam

When the JEE Main Expected Cutoff by Brilliant Study Centre is published, you can access the scores following the below given steps –

  • Go to Brilliant Study Centre website
  • Search for JEE Main expected cut-off score link
  • Click the link
  • Get JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre
  • The score will be for all the four categories 

JEE Main cut-offs 2017

JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre and Official JEE Main 2017 cut-off by CBSE, both feature a separate cutoff score for different categories.

  • JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Brilliant Study Centre

S. No

Category

JEE Main Expected Cutoff by Brilliant Study Centre

1

Common Merit List (CML) – General category

Available after exam*

2

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

Available after exam*

3

Other Backward Class (OBC - NCL)

Available after exam*

4

Scheduled Caste (SC)

Available after exam*

  • JEE Main 2016 Cut-off just for reference

Sr. No

Category

JEE Main 2016 Cut-off

1

Common Merit List (CML) – General category

100

2

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

48

3

Other Backward Classes (OBC – NCL)

70

4

Scheduled Cast (SC)

52

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